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An unfortunate string of events sends Varnie running off to her countryside home to be alone for a while. Imagine her surprise when she finds out she’s not the only one using her house to hide out. Apparently her stepbrother gave his boss permission to use Varnie’s home as his own private getaway spot. However, what’s more unsettling is that her stepbrother’s boss is none other than Leon Beaumont, the infamous adulterer who’s currently the headlining topic in every gossip magazine. To make matters even worse, her stepbrother’s job is at risk if Varnie kicks Leon out.

Reading terms One-day rental / membership period
Preview 30 Pages
Pages 129 Pages
Available until : Jun. 30th 2018(Monthly course($79.99)

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3.9 (15 customer reviews)





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meh..couldve been better 3  3

It felt like this could have been better, the ending and closure felt so rushed like the author ran out of pages. Her step brother needs to be slapped silly. He is so irresponsible. Varnie should have told her step bro about their arrangements. 2weeks then wedding? Its like Varnie never learned about men and their whims. Goodness...

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decent 4  4

I liked this book because it was simply two people trying to be rid of their troubles: the heroine just found out that the man who she was dating is married and the hero is trying to get away from a stalker and her angry and possessive husband. They seek solstice in the heroine's home but the heroine ends up housekeeping for the hero in order to keep him from getting angry at her brother through marriage of the arrangement, although he has no idea that she is the one who owns the house. I like how they start learning more about each other, finding the little quirks that make the other person more attractive. I like how the hero sees the heroine's play on words amusing. I like how heroine just faces him head on in conversations. It makes it fun and human. I do love the little twists and turns throughout the plot from faking an engagement and such. The only reason why I gave this a four star was the hero's unexcused action: he starts forcing himself on her, which I found displeasing to the eye. The end was great and it's a good book, it was just that one scene that had me saying no to a five star.

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